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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1969.11.06 Led Zeppelin The Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco

 Led Zeppelin
The Winterland Ballroom,
San Francisco
Winterland Party

Here is the link
A very intense and great show. The opening number is brutal in impact and Zeppelin takes the audience all over the spectrum, from, the great jamming of Dazed And Confused and the gentleness of White Summer/Black Mountain Side, through an awesome How Many More Times medley and two punked-up encores. The "nastiness" of the recording helps emphasize the intense atmosphere and savage beauty of Robert's voice.

Good Times Bad Times/Communication Breakdown is played at breakneck speed with an excellent funky groove during the breakdown. Every band member is in good form, I Can't Quit You Baby is pure electricity. Page's fingers get a bit sticky during the guitar solo in Heartbreaker, but it doesn't detract from the energy of the performance at all. Bonzo is assaulting his drums during an amazing Dazed and Confused. Page leads the band through an excellent fingerpicking interlude during the ever-extending guitar solo.

White Summer/Black Mountain Side is followed by a cut in the tape and the final minute and a half of What is and What Should Never Be. The crowd cheers and claps along with Bonzo during a thunderous Moby Dick. Page improvises a new riff at the beginning of How Many More Times before Plant's band introductions. He continues to improvise licks through the Bolero section, including a bit of Over Under Sideways Down. The medley includes an aggressive Boogie Chillen. Plant has the crowd repeating every line of the drawn out "got you in the sights..." section. His voice breaks down again during the final "gun!" The show ends with high-energy, in your face renditions of C'mon Everybody and Something Else.

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